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An old light house also kept for navigation time keeping. The ball on the top of the light house goes is raised to the top exactly at 12, 2, 4 & 6 hours. Some 100 steps to the top and gives quite good views of...More
We planned a visit by car to the Lighthouse placed 10km far from Gdansk city centre. We were there in 15minutes but I didn’t see any possible transportation apart from Uber or a more expensive taxi service.
We were lucky because the place was closed...More
Nowy Port is a place where the river meets Baltik sea. There you will find this beautiful old lighthouse with an amazing views. From one of the windows at the lighthouse, on 1st September 1939 at 4.45 am, German soldiers opened fire and this was...More
If you like lighthouses and history, then this is a cool spot. With GPS it's easy to find, and it's close to other historical locations. Just across the way is the monument to WW2. For 10zł a person you can go to the top. For...More
We visited as part of a circular cycling route. Glad we came across it but would have been disappointed if had made a special trip. Its not expensive (by UK standards) but time you've paid the entrance for a family of 5 its not good...More
Our Polish guide made this apparently unprepossessing lighthouse a worthwhile visit. Apparently the first shots of WW2 were fired from this building and there is a memorial to those who defended the peninsular on the opposite bank. The small Polish garrison on Westerplatte held off...More